Bimini Beach Wines

I feel like I need a vacation from my vacation because it didn’t last long enough. I was finally able to reflect and write my Bimini sips and tips guide, so make sure to check it out if you plan on heading there. I didn’t have much time to gather up a wine selection, since…

A Secret Garden with Rosé

You know that I’m about that Rosé all day attitude, so I couldn’t help but pass up the opportunity to visit La Centrale’s seasonal Rosé garden. Inspired by the Isle of Capri’s oceanfront cliff side gardens, their pop-up Rosé garden is tucked on the second floor and draped with blossoming bougainvillea flowers. I stopped by…

Summer Splashes and Sips

Summer has come way too early in Miami and humidity is at an all-time high! That, mixed with catchy ads, provoked me to buy Target’s inflatable kiddie pool. When I opened the box and saw the fun print, I knew exactly which wine I was going to enjoy in there – Barton & Guestier’s 2018…

The Collection is Basic

I was strolling through Target the other day (really just wandering through the wine aisle) and was instantly attracted like a moth to the light by the Rosé section. It’s that time of year (as if I really need an excuse), so I wanted to see what was new on the shelves. I decided on…

On Wednesdays, we Drink Pink

On Wednesdays, we wear (and drink) pink, so I popped open a bottle of 2017 Barton & Guestier Rosé D’Anjou. Founded in 1725 by Irishman Thomas Barton, Barton & Guestier is the oldest winehouse in Bordeaux. Barton & Guestier wines have been present in the U.S. market since 1785 and were drank by Thomas Jefferson…

Rosé in Winter

One of my favorite things about living in Miami is the weather – especially the fact that I can shamelessly drink “Rosé all day” without batting an eye 😉 Today, I poured a glass of Olema’s 2017 Rosé. The Story of Olema from Amici Cellars | Olema Wines on Vimeo. The vision behind every Olema…

#StopAndSmellTheRosé with Georges Duboeuf

Some people limit Rosé just to summertime but being from Miami and living in an endless summer, you know my mantra is Rosé all day. While it’s snowing in most of the country and my neighbors to the north are breaking out their red wine selections, I’m pausing to #StopAndSmellTheRosé with a bottle of 2018…

Rosé and Wrapping

Time to pair another Christmas tradition with wine. Growing up, my mom would hit up Target and Pier One the day AFTER Christmas to stock up on wrapping paper, boxes, and bows for the next year. I still carry on that tradition and have my own collection of festive papers and ribbon. Wrapping presents is…

Manic Monday Usual

It’s a Manic Monday, so I’m coping with the “usual.” Usual wine’s Rosé, that is. It comes in an ultra-cute laboratory flask-like bottle, which holds 6.3 ounces, a perfectly (large) poured glass, in my opinion. Their wines are made in small, sustainably farmed batches with no additives. I couldn’t find much info on the vineyards,…

Harvest Dinner: Virginia Wine Month

Last week, I ventured to the great state of Virginia to celebrate its 30th harvest as part of Virginia Wine Month. I started my adventure with great food and wine in Norfolk’s NEON District, so I was excited for my journey to Cape Charles for a special harvest dinner. Located on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, Cape…